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Aleix Espargaro: 'Disaster' Brno track surface not at 'MotoGP level'

Aleix Espargaro says the Brno track surface is a "disaster" and not at "MotoGP level", admitting his feeling on the bike in places was like riding in the wet. Czech Grand Prix venue Brno hasn't been resurfaced since 2008, and over time the asphalt has lost grip and has become bumpier. Numerous riders complained about the track after Friday's practice sessions, with Aprilia rider Espargaro one of the most vocal, branding the circuit in its current state as "one of the worst" he has ever ridden. "The track conditions are a disaster," Espargaro fumed. "I think it's one of the worst tracks I ever ride in my life, not just in terms of grip; the grip...
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